Models # 30-30, 36-42, 48-54

Models # 30-30, 36-42, 48-54

OWNERS

MANUAL

Models # 30-30, 36-42, 48-54

(REVISED JUNE 6, 2013)

Table of Contents

Introduction

………………… ....................................................................... 1

Safety…………………………………… ...................................................... 2

Furnace Installation.................................... ................................................ 3

Filling System with Water and Bleeding of Air, Water

Treatment………… 4

Connecting to an Existing Boiler

……….. ................................................... 5

Addon Options……….. ............................................................................. 6

Starting a Fire

…….. ................................................................................... 7

Refueling

……………. ................................................................................. 8

Cleaning your Northern Stoker

….. ............................................................ 9

Electronic Control System……………… ............................................. 10-11

Maintenance Schedul e and Approved Fuels………….. ...................... 12-13

Troubleshooting Guide…………………. .................................................. 14

Furnace Diagram

………………………. .................................................... 15

Wiring Terminal Table…………………………………………………………16

Simplified Wiring Diagrams……………………………………………….17-18

Logic Wiring Diagram…………………………………………………………19

Specifications…………………….. ............................................................ 20

UL and

CSA Certification…………………………. .................................... 21

Notes

………………………… .................................................................... 22

Dealer’s Copy of Owner’s Warranty

Registration

…………………………………………………………………….23

Warranty…………………………………………………. ............................. 24

Manufacturer’s Copy of Owner’s Warranty

Reg istration…………………………………………………. ......................... 25

Warranty…………………………………………………. ............................. 26

Warranty…………………………………………………. ............................. 27

Introduction

Models #30-30, 36-42, 48-54

Hello Customer,

Congratulations! You have purchased a Northern Stoker Outdoor Furnace. We have fulfilled our commitment to you. We built an efficient, super duty, attractive furnace. It is now your job to ensure that it works as it was intended to work.

When you purchased your Northern Stoker, you took control of your home comfort level and heating costs.

However, in taking control of your heating and home comfort, you have assumed some new responsibilites.

1. To yourself, to keep a supply of proper fuel in storage for your furnace. This would be split, dry firewood.

2. To yourself, your neighbours and the environment. Do not burn green, wet wood, or other products, such as garbage, as you will create clouds of smelly, noxious emmisions, which may affect those close to you.

3. To Northern Stoker. If you put the proper fuel in your furnace, it will perform as we have said it would. Also, with split dry firewood, you will burn 30-50% less fuel. This would represent a very high interest return on your labour.

Your Northern Stoker will give you the best results if you burn the best possible fuel, which is

Dry Wood. If you cut your own fuel, wood over 5” in diamter should be split. Remember unsplit wood is wet wood.

Also, the length of the firewood will affect your cost and quality of the burn in your unit. It costs less to cut 1 piece of 48” wood than 3 pieces at 16”. If you have a Northern Stoker 48-54, it was designed to burn 48” wood. Long wood allows you to completely fill the burn chamber, allowing for maximum burn time and maximum efficiency.

The bottom line is:

Wood, cut to the proper length, split, allowed to dry properly and stored in a dry location, will

give you the most satisfaction and the best financial return on your purchase.

*PLEASE SAVE THESE INSTRUCTIONS*

READ THE ENTIRE MANUAL PRIOR TO INSTALLING AND OPERATING YOUR

NORTHERN STOKER

NORTHERN STOKER

4 THOMPSON ROAD, P.O. BOX #550

SUNDERLAND, ONTARIO, CANADA LOC 1H0

PHONE: (705) 357-3999 FAX: (705) 357-3388

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IMPORTANT SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS

READ ALL INSTRUCTIONS BEFORE

INSTALLATION

PRE-INSTALLATION PRECAUTIONS:

CAUTION: Read and follow these directions carefully.

Retain this manual for as long as you own your Northern Stoker.

CAUTION: The Northern Stoker is designed for outdoor use. We do not recommend installing in a building.

CAUTION: All installation and operations must follow

PROVINCIAL and LOCAL CODES for wiring, plumbing, and firing of this unit. These CODES may differ from this manual.

Installation should be performed by a Qualified Installer.

CAUTION: Load wood carefully to avoid injury to hands and fingers that may come into contact with stove opening. Always wear leather gloves when refueling a Northern Stoker.

CAUTION: Circulator must run continuously whenever the

Northern Stoker is being used.

CAUTION: All covers or guards must be in place at all times, except for maintenance or service.

CAUTION: Burn Dry Wood Only.

CAUTION: Do not store fuel or other combustible material within marked installation clearances.

CAUTION: Do not connect this unit to a chimney flue serving another appliance.

CAUTION: Cut split seasoned wood (below 25% moisture) is the recommended fuel.

CAUTION: Keep door closed while burning unless to load. See

Refueling Instructions and follow as directed.

CAUTION: Seals must be maintained and kept in good condition.

CAUTION: Only responsible adults should operate your furnace.

CAUTION: Hot surfaces – Keep Children Away. Do not touch during operation.

Safety

CAUTION: To prevent unauthorized persons from opening the combustion chamber fuel loading door as well as the control house doors, always keep them locked.

CAUTION: Never allow children to play near or tamper with your furnace. Always keep the area around, and in front of fuel door clean and free from combustible materials.

CAUTION: It is important to regularly clean the flue pipes and chimney and is especially important to thoroughly clean at the end of the heating season to minimize corrosion during the summer months caused by accumulated ash.

CAUTION: While maintaining clearance of 8’ (2.44 m) from each side 8’ (2.44 m) front & back from combustibles, keep the non-combustible concrete pad the stoker is sitting on swept clean of chips, saw dust or any other combustible materials.

CAUTION: Manufacturer recommends a minimum 30 ft.

(9.14 m) clearance from buildings or fire hazards. Keep grass cut around the furnace area. If placed near a fire hazard area an approved spark arrester should be used.

CAUTION: Warning: Risk of Fire.

Always keep the area around, and in front of fuel door clean and free of all combustible materials.

CAUTION: All models operate at atmospheric pressure.

DO NOT obstruct, block, or plug in any way the overflow vent pipe which is located directly on top of the furnace at the back going into the expansion tank.

CAUTION: Keep the Control House doors closed to keep the house above freezing temperature.

CAUTION: Do not use chemicals for fluids to start the fire.

CAUTION: In the event of a chimney fire or “runaway fire” be sure fans are off, water pumps are running, loading door and rear clean out doors are closed tight, check to ensure dampers are closed tight, check water level is ok. Once fire is under control it is ok to operate stove in normal operating mode. Be sure to find the source of the runaway fire. Causes can be burning fuel other than wood, doors left open, seals around door need replacing or damper stuck open. Correct any of these conditions.

CAUTION: This is an auxiliary cost saving heat source, not

your primary heat source. It should be installed so the primary heat source will maintain an above freezing temperature to the area being heated

& the Northern

Stoker Furnace in the event of auxiliary failure.

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Furnace Installation

LOCATION:

It is important to consider the prevailing wind directions in the heating season. The Northern Stoker should be placed so that the smoke exiting the unit will not create problems for you or your neighbours. Consult your Northern Stoker Dealer for suggestions where to locate the unit.

PAD TO SUPPORT YOUR NORTHERN STOKER:

First, remove the top soil, build a form, and fill it with concrete. The pad should be 5” – 6” (12.5 – 15.25 cm) thick and have some wire mesh or rebar in it. It should be a least 16 inches (400 mm) in front and 8 inches (200 mm) on either side of the fuel loading and ash removal doors. Consult your Northern Stoker Dealer for the local code requirements in your area.

CAUTION! Check before you dig!

Telephone Lines – Hydro Lines – Gas Lines – Water Lines – Sewer Lines – Drainage Tiles

LIFTING TECHNIQUES

Lift between the legs from the side or from the lift hook on the top only! Do NOT lift from under the “control house” at the rear of the furnace.

TRENCH FOR INSULATED WATER LINES AND ELECTRICAL WIRE:

The trench should be approximately 3 ft (1 m.) deep and 18 in (1/2 m.) wide. It can be dug with a shovel or a backhoe. Place all the dirt to one side of the trench to allow room for working on the other side. Rake the bottom of the trench so it is smooth, no large bumps or sharp stones.

WATER LINES:

Water line to use: 1 in. (2 ½ cm.) water line with a minimum rating of 100 psi at 180* F/82*C rating.

Water Line Insulation: Must be rated for at least R-8 Cover the insulated pipes with 3 in. (7 ½ cm) of clean sand to avoid stone punctures. Contact you Northern Stoker dealer for approved water line insulation.

Burying Tip: When burying your water lines in a low lying and wet area, be sure to insulate and install inside PVC piping.

Burying Tip: When burying your water lines, be sure to sure to label the water lines at each end for ease of installation.

Burying Tip: If installing the water lines underneath a driveway, they should be buried approximately 4-5 ft (1 ¼ -1 ½ m) below grade.

If lines travel through a low or wet area, they should be insulated and installed in a water tight piping.

Burying Tip: It is easiest to hook up your Northern Stoker when it is mounted on a concrete pad before the trench is dug. If this is not possible, be sure to leave adequate pipe above the pad to complete the hook-up.

Installation Tip: Be sure to install a furnace fill valve inside your home in the cold water return line preferably close to domestic water supply. This will aid when filling water into your system (see page 4).

WIRING:

The electrical wire used must be rated for underground and of 12 AWG copper, two wire plus a ground. Place the electrical wire in the bottom of the trench and cover with 3 in. (7 ½ cm) of sand along with the water lines from the Northern Stoker. The electrical wire must maintain a minimum 24 in. (61 cm) depth. As with any buried electrical wires you must install a “Caution Buried Electrical Cable

Below” tape over top of the wire. Always follow the applicable Provincial and municipal laws, regulations and codes.

CHIMNEY SPECIFICATIONS:

MODEL 30-30

Oliver Macleod – H.T. 6103

6” I.D.

8” O.D.

24” Long

Tested to ULC – S610

MODELS 6-42, 48-54

Oliver Macleod – H.T. 6103

8” I.D

10” O.D.

24” Long

Tested to ULC – S610

Use only a chimney suitable for solid fuel. Do not connect to a chimney flue serving another appliance. Place only on non combustible flooring with adequate support. Maintain the following clearances to combustibles:

Sides – 8’

(2.44 m) Front – 8’ (2.44 m) Back - 8’ (2.44 m)

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Filling System with Water and

Bleeding of Air, Water Treatment

FILLING SYSTEM WITH WATER AND BLEEDING OF AIR:

1. Connect a washing machine hose or garden hose to the furnace fill valve in the cold water return line located inside your house and then to the nearest water supply.

2. Be sure that the valves being used are open on the furnace and close any that are not in use. Start filling with water.

3. As the furnace is being filled, periodically close the water fill valve for a couple of minutes and then open. Do not forget to add water treatment before the tank is to the feed manifold level.

Note: It is very important to bleed the water lines of air so not to damage the circulator pump.

4. Continue filling system until water starts to exit the vent pipe on the furnace and fills the expansion tank approximately ½ full. As the system circulates the air will bleed from the system, lowering the water level. Top up as required. You have now completed filling the system with water and bleeding the air out of your system. Remove the fill hose between the water supply and the furnace.

Note: Always ensure and check the system water level on a weekly basis. If the water is low, be sure to follow steps 1 through 5 to maintain an excellent working furnace. To make sure there is no air trapped in the line between the furnace and the expansion tank, add water until you see the water level in the expansion tank rise. It is recommended that you do this weekly when the water is at the maximum set temperature to be sure that all the air is out of the system.

WATER TREATMENT:

It is important to add approved Northern Stoker Water Treatment fluid to the furnace’s water system.

The Northern Stoker Water Treatment fluid prolongs the life of the equipment by helping to prevent rust buildup, metal corrosion and scaling. There are various ways and various system setups to add your

Northern Stoker Water Treatment fluid. Please contact your Northern Stoker Dealer for the best way to do so as per your system design. Model 30-30 requires approximately 1 gallon (3.78 L), 36-42 approximately 1 gallon (3.78 L) and model 48-54 approximately 2 gallons (7.56 L) of Northern Stoker

Water Treatment for the furnace and lines.

Note: Water Treatment must be added on an ANNUAL basis to ensure longevity of equipment.

Note: Do NOT leave the furnace empty of water or without Northern Stoker Water Treatment as this will cause oxidization of the metal components in the furnace and can critically damage the components.

Please contact your Northern Stoker Dealer for Northern Stoker Water Treatment and if needed, a water treatment test.

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Connecting to an Existing

Boiler

EXISTING BOILER SYSTEM:

There are a number of ways to connect a Northern Stoker to an existing Hot Water System. Each depends on the design of what is currently in place. It is strongly advised to have a certified

technician to do this type of install.

If you choose to do this yourself, observe the following guidelines:

The add-on boiler shall: i. be installed without interfering with the normal delivery of heated water from the original boiler, ii. be installed without affecting the operation of the electrical and mechanical safety controls of the original boiler, iii. provide for a changeover for one fuel to the other without requiring manual adjustment of any controls or components other than the thermostats. iv. have provisions for preventing, or adequate water capacity within the boiler to prevent damage from loss of circulation due to electrical power failure. v. be installed without changing the function of the controls or rewiring the original boiler. A wiring interconnection is permitted. The electrical system of both boilers shall be powered from a single branch circuit without exception.

1. OPERATE THE (GAS, OIL, ELECTRIC) BOILER PERIODICALLY TO

ENSURE THAT IT WILL OPERATE SATISFACTORILY WHEN NEEDED.

2. DO NOT RELOCATE OR BYPASS ANY OF THE SAFETY CONTROLS IN THE

ORIGINAL (GAS, OIL, ELECTRIC) BOILER INSTALLATION.

3. CAUTION: THIS EQUIPMENT MAY ONLY BE INSTALLED BY QUALIFIED

PERSONNEL.

4. DISCONNECT ELECTRIC POWER TO BOTH BOILERS BEFORE SERVICING

5. CAUTION: MAINTAIN COMBUSTION AIR SUPPLY TO BOTH BOILERS. AIR

STARVATION IS DANGEROUS. PROVIDE A FRESH AIR OPENING AT LEAST

(3 IN

2

2,000 MM

2

).

6. THE OPERATION OF THE GAS BOILER MUST BE VERIFIED FOR

ACCEPTABLE OPERATION BEFORE AND AFTER INSTALLATION OF THE

ADD ON APPLICA NCE BY A GAS FITTER WHO IS RECOGNIZED BY THE

REGULATORY AUTHORITY.

The installation should comply with requirements of CAN/USA-B365, and changes to the installation should comply with CSA B139 (for oil fired), C22.1 (for electric), or CAN/CGA-B149.

1 or CAN/CGA-B149.2 (for gas fired).

Once again, we stress that this is a job for a certified technician.

CIRCULATOR PUMP:

Important! The circulator must always be on, even in the off season (24 hours per month). In the event of a power failure, connect the furnace to a backup generator. Contact your Northern Stoker dealer if unit has failed and is in need of replacement. If you hear a hissing sound from the pump, air has entered the system and can damage the pump.

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Add-on Options

NORTHERN STOKER OPTIONS:

Now that you have a Northern Stoker, there are additional options available to maximize your investment, minimize your household energy consumption and be environmentally conscious by using a renewable energy source. The following is a list of options available to add-on to the Northern Stoker heating system.

If you are interested in any of these options please contact your Northern Stoker Dealer for information, sales and installation.

Domestic Hot Water

You can supplement your current hot water tank by installing a water to water heat transfer unit that can preheat the water before it enters the Hot Water system of your household. This can reduce the energy consumed by conventional hot water tanks (oil, gas and electric).

Hot Water Boiler and In-Floor Radiant Heating

There are many residences that contain a Hot Water Boiler system as a primary source of heat for their homes. The Northern Stoker can be connected to the existing system and thereby reduce the energy consumed by conventional Hot Water Boiler systems (oil, gas and electric). This is accomplished by the installation of a water to water heat transfer unit.

Forced Air Furnaces

Forced air furnaces are the most common type of primary heat systems in residences today. With the addition of a water to air heat exchanger installed into the plenum of the forced air furnace, the

Northern Stoker can provide an excellent source of heat for your home. Not only does this setup reduce your energy consumption of conventional fuels (oil, gas and electric), but it provides the home owner with an additional heating system as a backup. This gives our customers peace of mind knowing their family members are safer and their investments (the home) are better protected.

Pool and Hot Tub Heaters

If you would like to heat your pool, you know that keeping the water heated is certainly an additional household cost that you wish could reduce. Now with the Northern stoker you can have installed a water

to water heat transfer unit that supplements the existing heating system (oil, gas and electric).

All of the above options should be installed by qualified dealers and contractors.

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Starting a Fire

By following these instructions, you will be able to start a fire in your Northern Stoker without using chemicals and/or any unnecessary risk to you or your furnace.

Never use Gas, Oil, Naptha, Diesel Fuel, Tires or any other inappropriate combustibles to start a fire.

Do Not Burn Garbage, Burn Dry Wood Only.

1. Take a look around your Northern Stoker to be sure there is no fuel (dry wood) or other combustibles, within 8 ft (2.44m) of it, before starting a fire. Do not store fuel or other combustible material within marked installation clearances.

2. Before starting , be sure you have removed the rain cap from the chimney.

3. Be sure the water level is at required level. circulating pumps are ON, electronic control system is

ON.

4. Flip the “RESET” TOGGLE SWITCH on the Electronic Control System if your temperature is below 120 degrees Fahrenheit or 48.9 degrees Celsius.

5. Turn “OFF” combustion chamber fans at switch on the side (upper right side toogle switch on structure.) of the Northern Stoker.

6. Place some dry paper, birch bark, dry leaves, shavings or cardboard on the grate. On top of this, put some fine split wood, such as pine or cedar kindling.

7. Then place a few pieces of wood on top of your kindling. Now you are ready to strike a match and start a fire.

DO NOT CONNECT THIS UNIT TO A CHIMNEY FLUE SERVING ANOTHER

APPLIANCE.

BURN WOOD ONLY!

WARNING: RISK OF FIRE!

Do not operate with fuel loading or ash removal doors open.

Do not store fuel or other combustible material within marked installation clearances.

Inspect and clean flues and chimney regularly

CAUTION – Hot Surfaces: Keep children away. Do not touch during operation.

8. When you have started the fire, close the door. NEVER LEAVE AN OPEN DOOR.

Do not operate with fuel loading or ash removal doors open.

9. It is time to turn ON the combustion chamber blower fans. (upper right side toogle switch on structure.) The fans must be on to provide proper combustion air.

10. You have a fire started and the combustion chamber blower fans are ON. It is time to go get more fuel from the dry storage building (I use a wheel barrow) in preparation to increase your fire.

11. When you need to add this additional fuel, turn “OFF” the combustion chamber blower fans, follow instructions on page 8 for Refueling the Northern Stoker. Wait a minimum of one minute or until smoke clears from the chimney. Open the door slowly, keeping the door between you and the fire opening. You can see the base fire and add the necessary fuel. You may, also, notice some moisture in the fire drum, Do not be alarmed, it is condensation and will only happen on a cold start.

12. When you have added the fuel to the fire, close and securly latch the door. NEVER LEAVE AN

OPEN DOOR. Turn ON the combustion chamber blower fans.

13. Now you have successfully started the first fire in your new Northern Stoker.

Notes: Establish a routine for dry storage of fuel, care of the stoker & firing techniques.

Check daily for creosote build up until experience shows how often cleaning is necessary. Remove cresote when evident, especially check the chimney flue, chimney connector and chimney.

Inspect & clean flues and chimney regularly. Approved Fuel: Dry split wood

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Refueling

REFUELING THE NORTHERN STOKER:

NEVER ALLOW CHILDREN OR UNTRAINED PERSONS TO OPERATE YOUR

NORTHERN STOKER

When your Northern Stoker requires more fuel, we have developed a guide line, which must be followed for the safety of you, the owner/operator, and the long life of your Northern Stoker.

1. If you go to your Northern Stoker and it is burning (in a full fire cycle) turn OFF the combustion chamber blower fans (Upper right side toogle switch on structure.)

.

2. Allow the fire to cool for a minimum of 1 minute.

3. Open the door to the first step on the safety latch, allowing some air into the fire box. Also, this may allow some smoke and hot gases out of the fire box. When the smoke has cleared, it is safe to open the door, by moving the handle to the second notch of the safety latch. As you open the door, slowly step backwards, keeping the fire door between you and the fire opening. If there should be a rush of smoke and hot gasses from the combustion chamber, the door is your safety shield. Now you can see the fire and remaining fuel. Use the poker or ash hoe to level or move the fuel to a flat fire bed. Then close the door. NEVER

LEAVE AN OPEN DOOR!

4. Now you know how much room there is in the burn chamber for fresh fuel. Bring the required amount of fuel from the covered storage area to the furnace, ready to be put in. (I use a wheel barrow)

5. Open the fire door following the procedure in step 3, and put the new fuel into your

Northern Stoker. When placing the fuel in your furnace, it should be placed in the firebox, not the door frame area. Wood can be loaded to the top of the opening, but must be in the firebox. Never force wood into the unit by striking it, or pushing it with the door. Do this as quickly as possible, then close and securely latch the door. The fire door must never be open for more than (2) minutes. The door being open for long periods of time may compromise the operation of your furnace and your safety. NEVER LEAVE AN OPEN DOOR!

If for any reason you step away from your furnace, the fire door must always be closed and securely latched. NEVER LEAVE AN OPEN DOOR!

6. Now the furnace is full of fuel, there is no need to open the fire door for 8-12 hours. This time frame depends on your heat requirements.

7. Whenever you open the fire door, you must always follow all the steps #1 through #3 to ensure the safety of you and your furnace.

8. Before you leave the Northern Stoker, be sure to reset the air injector switch to the “on” position.

BURN WOOD ONLY! WARNING: RISK OF FIRE! Do not operate with fuel loading or ash removal doors open. Do not store fuel or other combustible material within marked installation clearances.

Inspect and clean flues and chimney regularly. Approved Fuel: Dry split wood

8

Cleaning your Northern

Stoker

When you purchased your Northern Stoker, you bought a Heavy Duty, very efficient furnace. In order for this furnace to work properly, it must be fired with the proper fuel. Dry Wood! If the wood you burn is too high in moisture, excessive amounts of creosote will accumulate and cause problems.

CREOSOTE: -Formation and Need for Removal- When wood is burned slowly, it produces tar and other organic vapors, which combine with expelled moisture to form creosote. The creosote vapors condense in the relatively cool chimney flue of a slow burning fire. As a result, creosote residue accumulates on the flue lining. When ignited this creosote makes an extremely hot fire. When burning wood, the chimney connector and chimney should be inspected at least once every two month during the heating season to determine if a creosote buildup has occurred. If creosote has accumulated, it should be removed to reduce the risk of a chimney fire.

DISPOSAL OF ASHES: -Ashes should be placed in a metal container with a tight fitting lid. The closed container of ashes should be placed on a noncombustible floor or on the ground, well away from the combustible materials, pending final disposal. If the ashes are disposed of by burial in soil or otherwise locally dispersed, they should be retained in the closed container until all cinders have thoroughly cooled.”

1. When you go to your furnace in the mornings, and the fuel is very low (a bed of coals) this is the time to look at the combustion chamber walls. If there is a light layer of soot, fly ash and/or creosote, use the scraper provided for this job and scrape down the combustion chamber. NEVER

LEAVE AN OPEN DOOR!

2. Go to the control house and open the heat exchanger door, and turn the top auger first in the direction indicated by the arrows and then bottom auger. This will clean the exchanger tubes and deposit the fly ash back into the combustion chamber. Every two (2) weeks or there about, it is advisable to remove the augers and clean the augers with a wire brush, then scrape the tubes with the scraper provided. Whenever doing this, wear safety glasses and leather gloves.

3. After a few days of continuous burning, ash will begin to accumulate in the combustion chamber.

This ash is removed by way of the fire door and a shovel. When removing ash, try to remove as little charcoal and live embers as possible. The ash should be placed in a metal container, with a metal lid that is tight fitting. The closed container of ashes should be placed on a noncombustible surface, well away from all combustible materials, pending final disposal. If the ashes are disposed of by burial in soil or otherwise locally dispersed, they should be retained in the closed container until all cinders have thoroughly cooled. This can take two (2) or (3) days.

4. At some point in time, you may notice that the fire has become lazy or not as hot and robust as it was the first firing. This may be due to ash build up under the combustion grate. Some ash may have gone down the air holes and accumulated there. By opening the air injection door in the control house, that ash can easily be removed with a scraper and pan. As required, the entire grate can be removed for complete ash removal. This should be done when there are no hot embers present. Follow directions outlined in paragraph 3 on this page.

5. When cleaning ashes this is a good time to check the condition of the doors, latches & hinges. It is also necessary to maintain seals in good condition. If door seal is not soft & pliable it should be replaced, contact your Northern Stoker Dealer for new door seal. (This is a consumable product.)

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Electronic Control

System

The Northern Stoker has one of the easiest and most accurate electronic control systems of any wood burning outdoor furnace on the market today! With our electronic control system, setting the temperature for the furnace is easy and does not require a programming course to operate. In addition, our system monitors and controls the temperature of the combustion chamber far more accurately then our competitors and thereby giving you a more efficient and comfortable heat source. Simply plug your furnace into a 15A circuit!

The following will describe the layout and function of the electronic control system on the Northern

Stoker.

ELECTRONIC CONTROL SYSTEM

“ON” BUTTON

“OFF” BUTTON

“TEMP UP” BUTTON

“TEMP DOWN (DN)” BUTTON

“LIGHTING” BUTTON

“ RESET” TOGGLE SWITCH

(Used to reset the furnace if the temperature is below

120 deg F or 49 deg C)

Turns the system “ON

Turns the system “OFF” Important Note: When the

Electronic Control System is “OFF”, the circulator pump continues to receive power and does not turn off.

Furnace output is too cool, user sets desired target temperature by simply pressing “TEMP UP”.

Furnace output is too hot, user sets desired temperature by simply pressing “TEMP DOWN (DN)”.

Turns on/off control house interior light only.

Resets Electronic Control System in the event the temperature of the furnace goes below 120 deg F or 49 deg C. Note: If you let your furnace get low on fuel for a long period of time, your combustion fans will shut off when the temperature drops to

120 deg F or 49 deg C to preserve the coals, allowing for an easy start when you arrive to refuel.

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Electronic Control

System

The Electronic Control System is exceptionally easy to operate. Essentially it operates and performs just like a thermostat.

When you are going to Start a fire for the first time… Electronic Control System is OFF

now.

1

2

Turn “ON” Electronic Control System. Flip the “RESET” toggle switch on the Electronic Control System.

Turn “OFF” the combustion chamber blower fans for the combustion chamber BEFORE you open the combustion chamber door. Toggle switch located on the upper right side of structure.

Press “ON” Button. Flip the

RESET” toggle switch.

Flip combustion chamber blower fan toggle switch “OFF”.

3

4

Set the target temperature that you want the furnace to operate at by using “TEMP UP” OR “TEMP DOWN (DN)”. Now the furnace is set and will automatically take over.

Press “TEMP UP” or “TEMP

DOWN (DN)” to desired target temperature.

Once the fire is lit, close the combustion chamber door and turn

ON” the blower fans.

Flip combustion chamber blower fan toggle switch “ON

Adjust the temperature while the furnace is running… Electronic Control System is ON

now.

1 Set the target temperature that you want the furnace to operate at by using “TEMP UP” OR” TEMP DOWN (DN)”. Now the furnace is set and will automatically take over.

Press “TEMP UP” or “TEMP

DOWN(DN) to desired target temperature.

When you want you want to Refuel… Electronic Control System is ON now.

1

2

Turn “OFF” the combustion chamber blower fans for the combustion chamber BEFORE you open the burn chamber door.

Toggle switch located on the upper right side of structure.

Follow step 3 on page 8 for refueling. Once wood is loaded, close the burn chamber door and turn “ON” the blower fans.

Flip combustion chamber blower fan toggle switch “OFF

Flip blower fan toggle switch “ON

When you want to shutdown the furnace for part replacement… Electronic Control is

ON now.

1 Turn “OFF” the furnace. Press “OFF” button and unplug the

Electronic Control panel.

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Maintenance Schedule and Approved Fuels

IMPORTANT! This maintenance schedule is recommended however, depending on the usage, seasonal climate and fuels used, you the owner may need to step up the frequency of the routines listed here to ensure a properly functioning Northern Stoker.

DAILY (DURING THE HEATING SEASON):

ROUTINE

Each morning, restart or refuel the fire in the Northern

Stoker. Turn OFF combustion chamber blower fan when refueling! Once refueled turn ON combustion chamber blower fans (Toggle Switch on upper right corner of structure). Flip “RESET” toggle switch on Electronic

Control System if the temperature is below 120 deg F or 49 deg C.

LOCATION IN THE MANUAL/ACTION

Pages 6 et 7

Clear any flammable debris 8’ (2.44 m) around the front, back and sides.

Page 2

Page 4 Visually check that the Circulator Pump is functioning

WEEKLY (DURING THE HEATING SEASON):

ROUTINE

Ash removal and Augers.

Observe light layer of soot, fly ash or creosote on the combustion chamber walls, chimney flue, chimney connector or chimney and remove.

LOCATION IN THE MANUAL/ACTION

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Page 4 Top up with water to ensure there is not an air lock.

MONTHLY (DURING THE HEATING SEASON):

ROUTINE

Inspect and top up the system water level. Check for any leakage around fittings.

ANNUALLY (USUALLY SPRING SHUTDOWN)

ROUTINE

Place a chimney cap over the chimney to keep rain out, inspect silicone caulking, door hardware and gaskets.

LOCATION IN THE MANUAL/ACTION

Page 4

LOCATION IN MANUAL/ACTION

N/A

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Maintenance Schedule and Approved Fuels

Continued from … ANNUALLY (USUALLY SPRING SHUTDOWN)

Completely clean out combustion chamber of ash and moisture. Note: Ash and moisture combine to accelerate corrosion of metal components.

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Suggestion: Have your furnace water tested. Contact your Northern Stoker Dealer.

Suggestion: For forced air furnaces – Have your

HVAC technician or Northern Stoker Dealer clean and check the water to air heat exchanger in the plenum of your forced air furnace.

Contact your HVAC technician or Northern

Stoker Dealer.

APPROVED FUEL

Dry split wood (up to 25% moisture content)

NON-APPROVED FUELS

Fire starter fluids of any kind.

Gas, Diesel Fuel, Oil, Tires

Naphtha

YOUR INVESTMENT:

You have invested your hard earned dollars and like any piece of equipment, maintenance and proper operation is critical to ensure a fully functional furnace, longevity and peace of mind. If maintaining the

Northern Stoker is not possible to do so from physical limitations or you simply would like a

Professional Technician to look after your equipment, please contact your Northern Stoker Dealer for maintenance services and they would gladly assist you with your maintenance needs.

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TROUBLESHOOTING GUIDE:

ISSUE

FURNACE – NO HEAT

Troubleshooting Guide

ACTION

Check fire. Refuel as needed. Flip “RESET” toggle switch on

Electronic Control System.

Check Circulator Pump. Visually check to see if pump is functioning. If the circulator pump is not, then disconnect from power and inspect. If circulator pump has failed contact your Northern Stoker Dealer.

Check system water level. Check for leaks around fittings and repair. If there are leaks, repair and fill system with water (see page 4).

Check that combustion chamber blower Fan toggle switch is

ON. Flip “RESET” toggle switch on Electronic Control

System.

Check that lower and upper combustion chamber blower fans and dampers are functioning.

Check chimney for blockage. If blocked, remove debris.

If Northern Stoker is attached to existing primary heat source

(Example: Fan Forced Furnace), make sure that existing primary heat source is operating correctly.

If the Electronic Control reads a temperature between 258 and 499 degrees Fahrenheit, then the temperature probe has a loose connection or has failed. Contact your Northern Stoker dealer for service and repair.

FURNACE – BOIL OVER CONDITION Note: If the furnace has boiled over, check the water level and fill if needed. Low water will introduce air into the water system and can damage the circulator pump.

Check the combustion chamber door that it is not open. Close if it is. Check air dampers are closing properly between fan and furnace.

Check door gaskets and seals, they need to be tight fitting and not allow air into combustion chamber. If gaskets and seals are worn, contact your Northern Stoker Dealer to replace them.

Check ambient temperature. If outside temperature is to warm, lower your set temperature.

Important! Contact your Northern Stoker Dealer if none of these troubleshooting methods corrects the issue.

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FRONT RIGHT SIDE

Furnace Diagram

CONTROL HOUSE (BACK OF UNIT)

1

2

4

5

6

3

7

8

9

OUTDOOR 120V LIGHT (CONTROLLED BY #3)

COMBUSTION CHAMBER FUEL LOADING DOOR

11 LOWER COMBUSTION CHAMBER

12 LOWER COMBUSTION CHAMBER DAMPER

SOLENOID

13 LOWER COMBUSTION CHAMBER BLOWER FAN TOGGLE SWITCH FOR UPPER AND LOWER

COMBUSTION CHAMBER FANS AND OUTDOOR

120V LIGHT

CHIMNEY AND RAINCAP

INTERIOR LIGHT (CONTROLLED BY #6)

ELECTRONIC CONTROL SYSTEM

AUXILIARY RECEPTACLES

RETURN MANIFOLD (COLD WATER)

FEED MANIFOLD (HOT WATER)

10 PLUMBING AND COMBUSTION AIR GRATE

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15

UPPER CHAMBER BLOWER FAN

UPPER CHAMBER DAMPER SOLENOID

16 EXPANSION TANK AND WATER LEVEL

INDICATOR

17 HEAT EXCHANGER DOOR (HOUSES AUGER FOR

ASH CLEANOUT)

18 CHIMNEY

19 LOCATION OF CIRCULATOR PUMP

20 DOOR LOCK

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Wiring Terminal Table

BACK OF ELECTRONIC CONTROL SYSTEM – CIRCUIT BOARD

CONNECTIONS

BLK, WHT, GND

TERMINALS DESCRIPTION OF TERMINALS

TB3

MAIN POWER (BLACK, WHITE, GROUND) (MECHANICAL SCREW DOWN LUG)

T4

INTERIOR LIGHT IN CONTROL HOUSE (BLACK) (SPADE CONNECTOR)

T6

T7

T8

T9

UPPER CHAMBER FAN (BLACK) (SPADE CONNECTOR)

MAINPOWER RETURN JUMPER (RED) (SPADE CONNECTOR)

LOWER CHAMBER FAN (BLACK) (SPADE CONNECTOR)

WATER LEVEL SWITCH (BLACK) (SPADE CONNECTOR)

T10

T13

T14

T18

T19

T21

RESET SWITCH (BLACK) (SPADE CONNECTOR)

WATER LEVEL SWITCH (WHITE) (SPADE CONNECTOR)

RESET SWITCH (WHITE) (SPADE CONNECTOR)

TEMPERATURE PROBE (WHITE) (SPADE CONNECTOR)

TEMPERATURE PROBE (BLACK) (SPADE CONNECTOR)

TEMPERATURE PROBE (RED) (SPADE CONNECTOR)

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T8

ELECTRICAL CONNECTION OVERVIEW

Simplified Wiring

Diagrams

TB3 BLACK

TB3 WHITE

FUSE

MAIN POWER WIRE

TB3 GND

WIRE 14 AWG 2 COND.

AUX RECEPTACLES 15A MALE CORD END

T4 BLACK

WIRE 16 AWG

ELS INTERIOR LIGHT SWITCH INTERIOR LIGHT

T6 BLACK

T8 BLACK

WIRE 14 AWG

EXTERIOR SWITCH

WIRE 14 AWG

EXTERIOR SWITCH

T7 RED

WIRE 14 AWG 2 CONDUCTOR

FUSE

FUSE

UPPER CHAMBER FAN

LOWER CHAMBER FAN

MAIN POWER

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Simplified Wiring

Diagrams Continued

ELECTRICAL CONNECTION OVERVIEW CONTINUED

T9 BLACK

(LOW VOLT)

T13 WHITE

WIRE 16 AWG 2 CONDUCTOR

T10 BLACK

(LOW VOLT)

T14 WHITE

LEVEL SWITCH

WIRE 16 AWG 2 CONDUCTOR

T18 WHITE

(LOW VOLT)

T19 BLK

(LOW VOLT)

T21 RED

WIRE 22 AWG 3 CONDUCTOR

RESET TOGGLE SWITCH

LOCATED UNDER

ELECTRONIC CONTROL

SYSTEM

TEMPERATURE PROBE

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LOGIC WIRING DIAGRAM

Logic Wiring Diagram

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Specifications

MODEL 30-30

DOOR OPENING

FIREBOX (BURN CHAMBER)

18” (47 cm) W x 18” (47cm) H

30” (76.2 cm) DIAMETER x 30” (76.2 cm) L, 3/8” (0.95 cm) THICK STEEL

WATER JACKET INSULATION

R-38 ROOF AND UPPER WALL INSULATION, R-24

LOWER WALL, CONTROL HOUSE AND FLOOR

WEIGHT AND OUTSIDE DIMENSIONS (EMPTY)

APPROX 2300 lbs (1043.3 kg), 72” (182.9 cm)L x 52” (132 cm) W x 103 3/8” (255 cm) H

WATER CAPACITY

ELECTRICAL RATING

HEAT OUTPUT

APPROX 90 IMP. GALLONS (409 L)

120V, 60HZ, 15A

APPROXIMATELY 2,000 ft² (185.8 m²) TO 3000 ft² (278.7 m²) OF WELL INSULATED BUILDING

FUEL TYPES

CORROSION INHIBITOR WATER ADDITIVE

MODEL 36-42

DOOR OPENING

DRY SPLIT WOOD

NORTHERN STOKER WATER TREATMENT FLUID

(REQUIRES APPROX. 1 GALLON (3.78 L) FOR

FURNACE AND LINES)

21 3/4” (55 cm) W x 21 3/4” (55cm) H

FIREBOX (BURN CHAMBER)

WATER JACKET INSULATION

36” (91 cm) DIAMETER x 42” (107 cm) L, 3/8” (0.95 cm)

THICK STEEL

R-38 ROOF AND UPPER WALL INSULATION, R-24

LOWER WALL, CONTROL HOUSE AND FLOOR

WEIGHT AND OUTSIDE DIMENSIONS (EMPTY)

3175 lbs (1440 kg), 84” (213.4 cm)L x 56 11/16” (144 cm) W x 105 5/8” (236.3 cm) H

WATER CAPACITY

167 IMP. GALLONS (758 L)

ELECTRICAL RATING

HEAT OUTPUT

120V, 60HZ, 15A

APPROXIMATELY 6,000 SQ FT (557.4 m²) OF WELL

INSULATED BUILDING

DRY SPLIT WOOD

FUEL TYPES

CORROSION INHIBITOR WATER ADDITIVE

NORTHERN STOKER WATER TREATMENT FLUID

(REQUIRES APPROX. 1 GALLON (3.78 L) FOR

FURNACE AND LINES)

MODEL 48-54

DOOR OPENING

FIREBOX (BURN CHAMBER)

31 1/4” (79.4 cm) W x 31 1/4” (79.4 cm) H

48” (122 cm) DIAMETER x 54” (137 cm) L, 3/8” (0.95 cm)

THICK STEEL

WATER JACKET INSULATION

R-38 ROOF AND UPPER WALL INSULATION, R-24

LOWER WALL, CONTROL HOUSE AND FLOOR

WEIGHT AND OUTSIDE DIMENSIONS (EMPTY)

4420 lbs (2005 kg), 96” (244 cm) L x 69 ¼” (176 cm) W x 114

5/8” (291.1 cm) H

WATER CAPACITY

ELECTRICAL RATING

HEAT OUTPUT

FUEL TYPES

CORROSION INHIBITOR WATER ADDITIVE

308 IMP. GALLONS (1400 L)

120V, 60HZ, 15A

APPROXIMATELY 11,000 SQ FT (1021.9 m²) OF WELL

INSULATED BUILDING

DRY SPLIT WOOD

NORTHERN STOKER WATER TREATMENT FLUID

(REQUIRES APPROX. 2 GALLONS (7.56 L) FOR

FURNACE AND LINES)

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UL and CSA

Certification

Control# 4007135

Conforms to UL 2523, Certified to CAN/CSA B366.1

Electrical Rating: 120 V, 60 HZ, 15 AMPS, 1 Φ

Certified As An Add On Model Date September 2012

INSTALLATION: Use only chimney suitable for solid fuel. DO NOT CONNECT THIS UNIT TO A CHIMNEY FLUE SERVING

ANOTHER APPLIANCE. Place only on non-combustible flooring with adequate support. Maintain the following minimum clearances to combustibles: Sides – 8 Ft. (2.44 m), Front – 8 Ft. (2.44 m), Back – 8 Ft. (2.44 m)

CAUTION: This equipment may only be installed by qualified personnel.

OPERATION: Refer to owner’s manual supplied with this appliance. Burn Wood Only. Load fuel carefully.

DO NOT ALTER THE FUEL FEEDING EQUIPMENT IN ANY WAY. Burn Wood Only

DANGER – Risk of Fire Or Explosion: Do not use chemical fluids to start the fire. Do not burn garbage, gasoline, naphtha, engine oil, or the other inappropriate materials. Do not store fuel within the above minimum clearances. Do not operate with fuel door, ash removal door, or clean-out doors open. Turn off electrical power before servicing.

CAUTION – Hot Surfaces: Keep children away. Do not touch during operation.

The heat exchanger, flue pipe, and chimney must be cleaned regularly to remove accumulated creosote and ash. Ensure that the heat exchanger tubes, burn chamber and chimney are cleaned at the end of the heating season to minimize corrosion during the summer months. The appliance, flue pipe, and chimney must be in good condition.

This unit may be connected to an existing boiler system. Follow instructions in owner’s manual.

OPERATE THE (OIL, GAS, ELECTRIC) BOILER PERIODICALLY TO ENSURE IT WILL OPERATE SATISFACTORILY WHEN

NEEDED.

DO NOT RELOCATE OR BYPASS ANY OF THE SAFETY CONTROLS IN THE ORIGINAL BOILER INSTALLATION.

CAUTION: THIS EQUIPMENT MAY ONLY BE INSTALLED BY QUALIFIED PERSONNEL.

DISCONNECT ELECTRIC POWER TO BOTH BOILERS BEFORE SERVICING.

CAUTION: MAINTAIN COMBUSTION AIR SUPPLY TO BOTH BOILERS. AIR STARVATION IS DANGEROUS.

PROVIDE A FRESH AIR OPENING AT LEAST 3 in

2

(2,000 mm

2

).

In the event of a power failure the system will resume normal function when power is restored. Depending on the duration of power outage the furnace may need to be cleaned & the fire relit. This unit can also be run by a portable generator providing 120V, 60 Hz, 15 Amps. Unplug from power source & plug into generator. Fans & circulating pumps will be operating normally; follow your normal refueling instructions to check status of fire. Reconnect to normal power supply when power has resumed.

In the event of a chimney fire or “run-away fire” – be sure fans are off, circulating pumps are running, loading door, rear clean out doors are closed tight, check dampers are closed tight, check water level is ok.

When fire is in control it is ok to operate stove in normal operating mode. Be sure to find the source of the run-away fire causes can be burning fuel other than wood, doors left open, seals around door need replacing or damper stuck open. Correct any of these conditions.

For Outdoor Installation Only.

Manufactured by Northern Metalworks, 4 Thompson Road, PO Box 550, Sunderland, ON, L0C 1H0

Date of Manufacture: Month _____________________, Year______________________

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Notes

D E A L E R ’ S C O P Y

OWNER’S WARRANTY REGISTRATION

(Fill out and send to your Dealer for complete warranty coverage as soon as furnace is installed)

DATE OF PURCHASE: ______________

INSTALLED DATE: _________________

TODAY’S DATE: ___________________

CARD

PURCHASING INFORMATION

MODEL NUMBER: ________________

SERIAL NUMBER: ________________

DEALERS NAME: _________________

_________________________________

OWNER’S INFORMATION

___________________________________

ADDRESS: _________________________

PHONE NUMBER 1: (____)__________

PHONE NUMBER 2: (____)__________

FAX:

EMAIL:

(____)_________

_________________________________

_________________________________

INSTALLATION INFORMATION

INSTALLED BY:

INSTALLED FOR:

DEALER

HOUSE

CUSTOMER

COMMERCIAL AGRICULTURAL GARAGE SHOP GREENHOUSE

OTHER ___________________________________________________________________________________________

FURNACE AND ACCESSORIES RECEIVED IN GOOD ORDER YES NO

INSTALLATION COMPLETED IN PROFESSIONAL MANOR YES NO

INSTALLER EXPLAINED FURNACE OPERATION AND ACCESSORY PRODUCTS YES NO

INSTALLED WITH BIOMASS STOKER ADD-ON: YES NO

MANUFACTURED BY: NORTHERN STOKER

4 THOMPSON ROAD, PO BOX 550, SUNDERLAND, ONTARIO, CANADA, L0C 1H0

P:705-357-3999, F:705-357-3388, www.northernstoker.ca

CUSTOMER SIGNATURE: _________________________________________________________________________

CUSTOMER (PRINT) NAME:_______________________________________________________________________

DEALER SIGNATURE: ________________________________ DEALER (PRINT) NAME: ________________________________

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Warranty

WARRANTY:

TEN YEAR LIMITED WARRANTY ON BURN CHAMBER & WATER JACKET

THE OWNER OF THE NORTHERN STOKER FURNACE MUST REGISTER THE FURNACE WITH THE DEALER AND MANUFACTURER TO

RECEIVE WARRANTY COVERAGE AS OUTLINED HERE.

ALL WARRANTY CLAIMS WILL BE ASSESSED BY THE DEALER. FINAL DECISION WILL BE DETERMINED BY THE MANUFACTURER.

YEAR #1 – 100% COVERAGE IF THERE IS A LEAK IN THE STOVE – INTERNAL OR EXTERNAL – STOVE WILL BE REPLACED.

WARRANTY ON LEAKS EXCLUDES FITTINGS AND CONNECTIONS.

PERCENTAGE COVERED BY WARRANTY AFTER YEAR #1

YEAR #2 – 80 %, YEAR #3 – 70%, YEAR #4 - 60%, YEAR #5 – 50%, YEAR #6 – 40%,

YEAR #7 – 30%, YEAR #8 – 20%, YEAR #9 – 10%

AFTER THE DAY OF THE TENTH ANNIVERSARY OF THE INITIAL PURCHASE THE MANUFACTURER PROVIDES NO WARRANTY,

FULL CUSTOMER SERVICE WILL BE PROVIDED TO SERVE THE CUSTOMER WITH ANY MAINTENANCE REQUIRED AT THE

CUSTOMERS COST.

QUOTES FOR ALL SERVICE WORK WILL BE PROVIDED & AGREED ON BEFORE ANY WORK STARTS.

WARRANTY IS TO THE ORIGINAL OWNER ONLY UNLESS RESOLD BY A NORTHERN STOKER DEALER – WARRANTY WILL BE

DETERMINED AT TIME OF RESALE.

WARRANTY WILL NOT COVER:

DAMAGE DUE TO FREEZING OR OVERHEATING (OVER BOILING).

NEGLIGENCE, SUCH AS ABUSE & ASH CORROSION, THE FURNACE MUST BE THOROUGHLY CLEANED THROUGHOUT THE

HEATING SEASON AND AT THE END OF THE HEATING SEASON.

DAMAGE DUE TO USE OF NON-APPROVED FUELS.

DAMAGE DUE TO CIRCULATOR PUMP NOT FUNCTIONING DUE TO POWER FAILURE.

DAMAGES INCURRED TO PROPERTY BY DISTRIBUTORS, DEALERS AND SUB-TRADES.

DAMAGE CAUSED BY CORROSIVE WATER.

WATER TREATMENT PURCHASED FROM A NORTHERN STOKER DEALER MUST BE ADDED TO HELP WITH CORROSION &

LUBRICATION OF PUMPS.

SERVICE CALLS FOR MATTERS THAT ARE NOT COVERED BY THIS WARRANTY WILL BE CHARGED AS A SERVICE CALL BY THE

DEALER.

ALL LOADING & UNLOADING IS AT THE COST OF THE CUSTOMER.

ONE YEAR WARRANTY ON ALL PARTS OTHER THAN THE BURN CHAMBER & WATER JACKET. PURCHASED PARTS SUCH AS

FANS, PUMPS, SOLENOIDS, AND STAINLESS CHIMNEY ARE COVERED BY MANUFACTURER’S WARRANTY THROUGH YOUR

NORTHERN STOKER DEALER. GRATING & AUGERS ARE COVERED BY A ONE (1) YEAR 100% WARRANTY BY NORTHERN

STOKER FOR MANUFACTURED DEFECTS. WARPING FROM HEAT IS NORMAL AND EXPECTED AND IS NOT COVERED BY

WARRANTY. DOOR ROPE IS CONSIDERED A CONSUMABLE AND IS NOT COVERED BY WARRANTY.

A SERVICE CONTRACT PURCHASED FROM YOUR DEALER IS RECOMMENDED TO KEEP YOUR FURNACE MAINTAINED FOR

LONGER LIFE & PROPER OPERATION.

IT IS RECOMMENDED THAT THE OWNER OF THE NORTHERN STOKER HAVE AN ANNUAL WATER TEST COMPLETED.

IF THERE IS A WARRANTY CLAIM, THE DISTRIBUTOR/DEALER AND OR THE MANUFACTURER CAN REQUEST A WATER TEST OF THE

NORTHERN STOKER FURNACE WATER. IF DENIED ACCESS TO A WATER TEST FOR WARRANTY PURPOSES THE

DEALER/DISTRIBUTOR AND OR THE MANUFACTURER HAVE THE OPTION TO VOID THE WARRANTY AND NOT EXTEND

COVERAGE.

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M A N U F A C T U R E R ’ S C O P Y

INSTALLED DATE: _________________

TODAY’S DATE: ___________________

OWNER’S WARRANTY REGISTRATION

(Fill out and send to the Manufacturer for complete warranty coverage as soon as furnace is installed)

CARD

DATE OF PURCHASE: ______________

SERIAL NUMBER: ________________

DEALERS NAME: _________________

_________________________________

OWNER’S INFORMATION

NAME: ____________________________

___________________________________

ADDRESS: _________________________

MODEL NUMBER: ________________

PHONE NUMBER 1: (____)__________

PHONE NUMBER 2: (____)__________

FAX: (____)_________

EMAIL:

_________________________________

_________________________________

INSTALLATION INFORMATION

INSTALLED BY:

INSTALLED FOR:

DEALER

HOUSE

CUSTOMER

COMMERCIAL AGRICULTURAL GARAGE SHOP GREENHOUSE

OTHER ___________________________________________________________________________________________

FURNACE AND ACCESSORIES RECEIVED IN GOOD ORDER YES NO

INSTALLATION COMPLETED IN PROFESSIONAL MANOR YES NO

INSTALLER EXPLAINED FURNACE OPERATION AND ACCESSORY PRODUCTS YES NO

INSTALLED WITH BIOMASS STOKER ADD-ON: YES NO

MANUFACTURED BY: NORTHERN STOKER

4 THOMPSON ROAD, PO BOX 550, SUNDERLAND, ONTARIO, CANADA, L0C 1H0

P:705-357-3999, F:705-357-3388, www.northernstoker.ca

CUSTOMER SIGNATURE: _________________________________________________________________________

CUSTOMER (PRINT) NAME:_______________________________________________________________________

DEALER SIGNATURE: ________________________________ DEALER (PRINT) NAME: ________________________________

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Warranty

WARRANTY:

TEN YEAR LIMITED WARRANTY ON BURN CHAMBER & WATER JACKET

THE OWNER OF THE NORTHERN STOKER FURNACE MUST REGISTER THE FURNACE WITH THE DEALER AND MANUFACTURER TO

RECEIVE WARRANTY COVERAGE AS OUTLINED HERE.

ALL WARRANTY CLAIMS WILL BE ASSESSED BY THE DEALER. FINAL DECISION WILL BE DETERMINED BY THE MANUFACTURER.

YEAR #1 – 100% COVERAGE IF THERE IS A LEAK IN THE STOVE – INTERNAL OR EXTERNAL – STOVE WILL BE REPLACED.

WARRANTY ON LEAKS EXCLUDES FITTINGS AND CONNECTIONS.

PERCENTAGE COVERED BY WARRANTY AFTER YEAR #1

YEAR #2 – 80 %, YEAR #3 – 70%, YEAR #4 - 60%, YEAR #5 – 50%, YEAR #6 – 40%,

YEAR #7 – 30%, YEAR #8 – 20%, YEAR #9 – 10%

AFTER THE DAY OF THE TENTH ANNIVERSARY OF THE INITIAL PURCHASE THE MANUFACTURER PROVIDES NO WARRANTY, FULL

CUSTOMER SERVICE WILL BE PROVIDED TO SERVE THE CUSTOMER WITH ANY MAINTENANCE REQUIRED AT THE CUSTOMERS COST.

QUOTES FOR ALL SERVICE WORK WILL BE PROVIDED & AGREED ON BEFORE ANY WORK STARTS.

WARRANTY IS TO THE ORIGINAL OWNER ONLY UNLESS RESOLD BY A NORTHERN STOKER DEALER – WARRANTY WILL BE DETERMINED

AT TIME OF RESALE.

WARRANTY WILL NOT COVER:

DAMAGE DUE TO FREEZING OR OVERHEATING (OVER BOILING).

NEGLIGENCE, SUCH AS ABUSE & ASH CORROSION, THE FURNACE MUST BE THOROUGHLY CLEANED THROUGHOUT THE

HEATING SEASON AND AT THE END OF THE HEATING SEASON.

DAMAGE DUE TO USE OF NON-APPROVED FUELS.

DAMAGE DUE TO CIRCULATOR PUMP NOT FUNCTIONING DUE TO POWER FAILURE.

DAMAGES INCURRED TO PROPERTY BY DISTRIBUTORS, DEALERS AND SUB-TRADES.

DAMAGE CAUSED BY CORROSIVE WATER.

WATER TREATMENT PURCHASED FROM A NORTHERN STOKER DEALER MUST BE ADDED TO HELP WITH CORROSION & LUBRICATION OF

PUMPS.

SERVICE CALLS FOR MATTERS THAT ARE NOT COVERED BY THIS WARRANTY WILL BE CHARGED AS A SERVICE CALL BY THE DEALER.

ALL LOADING & UNLOADING IS AT THE COST OF THE CUSTOMER.

ONE YEAR WARRANTY ON ALL PARTS OTHER THAN THE BURN CHAMBER & WATER JACKET. PURCHASED PARTS SUCH AS FANS,

PUMPS, SOLENOIDS, AND STAINLESS CHIMNEY ARE COVERED BY MANUFACTURER’S WARRANTY THROUGH YOUR NORTHERN

STOKER DEALER. GRATING & AUGERS ARE COVERED BY A ONE (1) YEAR 100% WARRANTY BY NORTHERN STOKER FOR

MANUFACTURED DEFECTS. WARPING FROM HEAT IS NORMAL AND EXPECTED AND IS NOT COVERED BY WARRANTY. DOOR ROPE

IS CONSIDERED A CONSUMABLE AND IS NOT COVERED BY WARRANTY

A SERVICE CONTRACT PURCHASED FROM YOUR DEALER IS RECOMMENDED TO KEEP YOUR FURNACE MAINTAINED FOR

LONGER LIFE & PROPER OPERATION.

IT IS RECOMMENDED THAT THE OWNER OF THE NORTHERN STOKER HAVE AN ANNUAL WATER TEST COMPLETED.

IF THERE IS A WARRANTY CLAIM, THE DISTRIBUTOR/DEALER AND OR THE MANUFACTURER CAN REQUEST A WATER TEST OF THE

NORTHERN STOKER FURNACE WATER. IF DENIED ACCESS TO A WATER TEST FOR WARRANTY PURPOSES THE DEALER/DISTRIBUTOR

AND OR THE MANUFACTURER HAVE THE OPTION TO VOID THE WARRANTY AND NOT EXTEND COVERAGE.

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Warranty

WARRANTY:

TEN YEAR LIMITED WARRANTY ON BURN CHAMBER & WATER JACKET

THE OWNER OF THE NORTHERN STOKER FURNACE MUST REGISTER THE FURNACE WITH THE DEALER AND MANUFACTURER TO

RECEIVE WARRANTY COVERAGE AS OUTLINED HERE.

ALL WARRANTY CLAIMS WILL BE ASSESSED BY THE DEALER. FINAL DECISION WILL BE DETERMINED BY THE MANUFACTURER.

YEAR #1 – 100% COVERAGE IF THERE IS A LEAK IN THE STOVE – INTERNAL OR EXTERNAL – STOVE WILL BE REPLACED.

WARRANTY ON LEAKS EXCLUDES FITTINGS AND CONNECTIONS.

PERCENTAGE COVERED BY WARRANTY AFTER YEAR #1

YEAR #2 – 80 %, YEAR #3 – 70%, YEAR #4 - 60%, YEAR #5 – 50%, YEAR #6 – 40%,

YEAR #7 – 30%, YEAR #8 – 20%, YEAR #9 – 10%

AFTER THE DAY OF THE TENTH ANNIVERSARY OF THE INITIAL PURCHASE THE MANUFACTURER PROVIDES NO WARRANTY, FULL

CUSTOMER SERVICE WILL BE PROVIDED TO SERVE THE CUSTOMER WITH ANY MAINTENANCE REQUIRED AT THE CUSTOMERS COST.

QUOTES FOR ALL SERVICE WORK WILL BE PROVIDED & AGREED ON BEFORE ANY WORK STARTS.

WARRANTY IS TO THE ORIGINAL OWNER ONLY UNLESS RESOLD BY A NORTHERN STOKER DEALER – WARRANTY WILL BE DETERMINED

AT TIME OF RESALE.

WARRANTY WILL NOT COVER:

DAMAGE DUE TO FREEZING OR OVERHEATING (OVER BOILING).

NEGLIGENCE, SUCH AS ABUSE & ASH CORROSION, THE FURNACE MUST BE THOROUGHLY CLEANED THROUGHOUT THE

HEATING SEASON AND AT THE END OF THE HEATING SEASON.

DAMAGE DUE TO USE OF NON-APPROVED FUELS.

DAMAGE DUE TO CIRCULATOR PUMP NOT FUNCTIONING DUE TO POWER FAILURE.

DAMAGES INCURRED TO PROPERTY BY DISTRIBUTORS, DEALERS AND SUB-TRADES.

DAMAGE CAUSED BY CORROSIVE WATER.

WATER TREATMENT PURCHASED FROM A NORTHERN STOKER DEALER MUST BE ADDED TO HELP WITH CORROSION & LUBRICATION OF

PUMPS.

SERVICE CALLS FOR MATTERS THAT ARE NOT COVERED BY THIS WARRANTY WILL BE CHARGED AS A SERVICE CALL BY THE DEALER.

ALL LOADING & UNLOADING IS AT THE COST OF THE CUSTOMER.

ONE YEAR WARRANTY ON ALL PARTS OTHER THAN THE BURN CHAMBER & WATER JACKET. PURCHASED PARTS SUCH AS FANS,

PUMPS, SOLENOIDS, AND STAINLESS CHIMNEY ARE COVERED BY MANUFACTURER’S WARRANTY THROUGH YOUR NORTHERN

STOKER DEALER. GRATING & AUGERS ARE COVERED BY A ONE (1) YEAR 100% WARRANTY BY NORTHERN STOKER FOR

MANUFACTURED DEFECTS. WARPING FROM HEAT IS NORMAL AND EXPECTED AND IS NOT COVERED BY WARRANTY. DOOR ROPE

IS CONSIDERED A CONSUMABLE AND IS NOT COVERED BY WARRANTY

A SERVICE CONTRACT PURCHASED FROM YOUR DEALER IS RECOMMENDED TO KEEP YOUR FURNACE MAINTAINED FOR

LONGER LIFE & PROPER OPERATION.

IT IS RECOMMENDED THAT THE OWNER OF THE NORTHERN STOKER HAVE AN ANNUAL WATER TEST COMPLETED.

IF THERE IS A WARRANTY CLAIM, THE DISTRIBUTOR/DEALER AND OR THE MANUFACTURER CAN REQUEST A WATER TEST OF THE

NORTHERN STOKER FURNACE WATER. IF DENIED ACCESS TO A WATER TEST FOR WARRANTY PURPOSES THE DEALER/DISTRIBUTOR

AND OR THE MANUFACTURER HAVE THE OPTION TO VOID THE WARRANTY AND NOT EXTEND COVERAGE.

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